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Mosmas

in die Emscher kucken

in die Emscher kucken

01:32
14.6 mi
9.5 mph
525 ft
550 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.02 mi
Trasse nach Borbeck
1.40 mi
1.89 mi
3.27 mi
neuer(?) Radweg am Pausmühlenbach
neue Regenwasserbehandlungsanlage am Pasumühlenbach
3.50 mi
3.89 mi
an der Berne
durch diesen Düker unterquert die Berne den Rhein-Herne-Kanal
Rhein-Herne-Kanal
4.43 mi
Rhein-Herne-Kanal
Keramik-Reliefs an der Schallschutzwand
4.57 mi
4.63 mi
Keramik-Reliefs an der Schallschutzwand
4.93 mi
4.94 mi
Berne-Park
die Emscher beim Berne-Park
Mündung der Berne in die Emscher – gelangt hier Schmutzwasser in die Emscher?
Mündung der Berne in die Emscher – gelangt hier Schmutzwasser in die Emscher?
So wohnt der Ruhri!
5.63 mi
5.86 mi
am Rhein-Herne-Kanal
am Rhein-Herne-Kanal
6.44 mi
6.53 mi
Einleitung (von was?) in die Emscher
die Emscher ohne Klopapier
die Emscher ohne Klopapier
6.92 mi
am Rhein-Herne-Kanal
6.94 mi
7.66 mi
7.83 mi
Rhein-Herne-Kanal
Mündung des renaturierten Läppkesmühlenbaches
Ripshorster Brücke und Gasometer
die Emscher ohne Klopapier
die Emscher ohne Klopapier
8.18 mi
8.22 mi
8.42 mi
Haus Ripshorst
8.46 mi
8.62 mi
im Ripshorster Gehölzgarten
11.3 mi
im Hexbachtal
im Hexbachtal – wer will da was von mir?
14.6 mi
Destination

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Mosmas went for a bike ride.

January 6, 2022

Comments

  • Mosmas

    The Emscher is free from sewage! - That was the sensational news of the achievement of what is probably the most important milestone of the Emscher conversion project these days.

    

    So I really wanted to take a look at the Emscher (and am only one letter away from what caused the former Köttelbecke to be

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Mecki aus GE

    I would not have thought that this generation project would meet the target deadline of December 31, 2021. But that probably meant that the Emscher was free of wastewater. The renaturation continues.

    

    I am curious what information you will receive regarding the Emscher discharges. Uli Paetzel explicitly

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Mosmas

    The very informative contact person at the Emschergenossenschaft has just made the following statement by telephone:

    

    The still untreated water of the Berne is discharged into the newly created canal system near the Sulterkamp (Bergeborbeck) road. Only after heavy or long-lasting rains (like today) does

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Tomrad

    Hopefully the sewage treatment plant in front of the Emscher estuary is still in operation? Behind it, up to the estuary, birds have been lingering for a long time.

    Today I crossed the Emscher in E-Karnap and was also able to look. The Emscher basin was very full, the colorimetric inspection showed the

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Captain

    I heard something on the radio about the Emscher. I have to take a look at it.

    The Berne overflow is a thing. 🤢

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Mosmas

    The question is whether compliance with the limit value, which (formally) legitimizes the qualification as "wastewater-free", guarantees an acceptable water quality for the intended use (see de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wasser Quality)

    

    Then it would be OK for me and no whitewashing either.

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Mosmas

    By the way, I had to accept the spelling mistake for my (admittedly slightly fecal) pun. I know very well that it should mean “look” 😁

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Tomrad

    It is without a doubt and undisputed a great achievement and a great success of the EGLV and all other participants. But does one have to adopt the understandably normative conventional point of view?

    

    The bad water comes into the Orkus, the good swims up on top and is allowed to enter the Emscher river

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Mosmas

    Thank you. As so often in life, I simply lack the expertise. Perhaps it would be interesting to know how NABU assesses this. Maybe I'll ask you?

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Michael Willuweit

    💩😊👍🏻 Thanks for all the information

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Tomrad

    I suspect that when the water retention basins are in operation in the course of the renatured Berne and also the Borbeck Mühlenbach, the matter will have been "resolved".

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    • January 6, 2022

  • Mosmas

    I asume that as well. When the time comes, we (those interested in this topic) may meet for an Emscher clear water celebration door 😊

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    • January 6, 2022

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